IIMC Delhi Course Admission 2022 (Open): Eligibility, Fees, Application & Dates ,Qutab Institutional Area, Delhi

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What's new at IIMC Delhi? 

  • CUET PG 2022 result has been declared on Sep 26. Click here to download the score sheet. 
  • IIMC released the first merit list for PG Diploma Course in Journalism for Marathi, Malayalam, Odia and Urdu courses. 

Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) Delhi admission is based on marks obtained in graduation, Class 12 and Class 10. However, due to recent pandemic conditions in the country and no final aggregate of Class 12 being available, the deemed-to-be university has decided to conduct a remote online entrance exam for granting admission to students. This test is being conducted and proctored by  NTA (National Testing Agency).

IIMC Delhi offers postgraduate diploma courses in English Journalism, Hindi Journalism, Language Journalism, Radio, TV Journalism, and, Advertising Public Relations. The institute also offers short-term courses on media relations and engagement, and Public relations for officials of various departments of the Government of India, PSUs, and Armed forces.

There is a single application process for admission to IIMC for all its campuses. Students are allotted campus and course depending on entrance test scores. Selected candidates are given a maximum of seven days time to secure their admission by depositing the fees online along with necessary documents. 

IIMC Delhi Admission Dates 2022

Check below IIM Delhi admission dates:


CUET PG Result

26 Sep '22


1 Sep '22 -

12 Sep '22

CUET PG - last date to pay exam fee

24 Aug '22

IIMC Delhi Accepted Exams 2022

Check below the IIMC Delhi course along with its accepted exam:

Course Name Accepted Exams
PG Diploma  CUET PG

IIMC Delhi Diploma Admission 2022

The institute offers PG Diploma in six specialisations. Check the below link to know more about IIMC Delhi PG Diploma course:

PG Diploma Admission 2022

IIMC Delhi Short-term Courses 2022

IIMC also offers short-term diploma courses in themes related to communication and media. This course is meant for media professionals already working in the journalism field. It is a 12 weeks duration course. Given below is the department of short-term duration courses in Indian Institute of Mass Communication:

IIMC Departments of Short-term Courses

Media Communication

Corporate Communication

Media Relations

Crisis Communication

Digital Media

Social Media

Interpersonal Communication

Media Management


Communication Research

IIMC Delhi Application Process 2022

IIMC Delhi accepts online applications to its courses. Students need to apply online at the official website of IIMC Delhi. If students want to apply for more than one course, they need to fill in only one application form. However, students need to pay separately for each course. Once the application form is accepted, students will receive a URN (Unique Registration Number) that can be used for future reference. IIMC Delhi application is represented in the following steps:

The application fee is Rs 1,000 (for general category) and Rs 750 (for OBC/SC/ST/EWS/PwD candidates)  

Note: Students can apply only for a maximum of four courses.

IIMC Delhi Scholarship 2022

India Institute of Mass Communication offers four different scholarships schemes to the deserving and meritorious students the details for which is listed below:



Rati Aggarwal Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to a meritorious female student of the Hindi Journalism Course, based on her performance in the entrance exam

Star TV Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to a meritorious student of Radio & TV Journalism, based on his/ her performance in the entrance exam

Achin Ganguly Scholarship

This scholarship is given to two meritorious students of Advertising & Public Relations, based on their performance in the Entrance Exam & final result after completion of the course

Jaswinder Singh Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to two meritorious students, one each from Hindi Journalism and Radio & TV Journalism, based on their performance in the entrance exams and first-semester exams

IIMC Delhi Cutoff 2022: Regional Languages First Merit List Released

IIMC released the first merit list for the Language Journalism courses. With the merit list released, candidates selected for the further admission procedure need to complete the admission formalities within the time period provided by depositing the course fee of Rs 32,000 in the online mode through the payment gateway available on the official website. The table given below lists the IIMC Delhi first merit list with respect to different specialisations:

PG Diploma Specialisation

First Merit list

Marathi Journalism Download

Malayalam Journalism


Odia Journalism


Urdu Journalism


Read more: IIMC Delhi Cutoff 2022

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IIMC Delhi Admission FAQs

Q. What is the minimum eligibility criteria to apply for PG Diploma Course in IIMC Delhi?

A. To be eligible for a Diploma course in Development Journalism, candidates should have passed a bachelor’s degree in the relevant discipline from any recognised university.

Q. What are the specialisations offered under Postgraduate Diploma Course at IIMC Delhi?

A. IIMC Delhi offers Postgraduate Diploma Course in eight different specialisations which are as follows: English, Hindi, Urdu, Radio & TV Journalism, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, and Advertising & Public Relations.

Q. What are the questions involved in the entrance exam for Journalism courses at IIMC Delhi?

A. The syllabus of the entrance exam for Journalism courses (Hindi, English and Urdu) comprises of questions from General Awareness, Aptitude and Mental Makeup, Language Capability, Analytical and Comprehension Skills, Ethics & Values, and Sensitivity to social issues.

Q. Can a candidate apply online at IIMC Delhi?

A. Yes, a candidate can apply through online mode.

Q. What is the course fee of the PG Diploma programme in Radio and TV Journalism in IIMC Delhi?

A. The course fee of the PG Diploma in Radio and TV journalism is Rs 1,60,000.

Q. What is the duration of the PG Diploma programme in IIMC Delhi?

A. PG Diploma in IIMC Delhi is a one-year duration programme.

Q. Does IIMC Delhi offers scholarship to its students?

A. Yes, IIMC Delhi offers scholarships to its students. 

Q. What is the course fee of the PG Diploma programme in the English language in IIMC Delhi?

A. The course fee of the PG Diploma in Radio and English language is Rs 87,000.

Q. How can I apply to the IIMC Delhi PG Diploma programme?

A. There is a common application window for all IIMC courses. Students are given campus and seat allotment on the basis of their entrance test scores.

Q. What is the selection criteria of IIMC Delhi PG Diploma courses?

A. Candidates are selected to IIMC Delhi courses on the basis of CUET PG score. 

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Sakshi Sharma | Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 8 Aug 2018
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5
This is a home away from home. Come and join in this college.

Placements: IIMC is one of the premier institutions for journalism. The placements are good for my senior batch. Since for the initial stages of journalism, they don't pay much, the average salary package offered was around 3 LPA to 4 LPA. The highest salary package went up to 11 LPA to 12 LPA for advertising and public relations department. Renowned media houses like Times Now, Hindu, India Today, etc., visit the college to hire the students. Students were offered roles from print media as well as reporter...

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Simran Singh | Post Graduate Diploma in Radio and TV Journalism - Batch of 2020
Reviewed on 25 Nov 2020
Placements 3 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
Review of IIMC - Indian Institute of Mass Communication.

Placements: In our course, there were around 50 seats. It was quite hard for me to crack 3 rounds and get into IIMC. Due to corona, we did not receive a good placement drive, but there were certain media houses, where some of us got placed. Even after final results, our college is still ensuring placements for students. If you are an IIMC student, then you can have the best experience in nearby JNU, just a gate away. IIMC is the mecca of journalism, and every possible media exposure is provided to students ...

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Pintu Kumar | Post Graduate Diploma in Radio and TV Journalism - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 4 Sep 2020
Placements 3 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
I am satisfied because of the faculty, good infrastructures and facilities.

Placements: About 30% of our classmates got selected in various news channels, websites, etc. The highest salary offered was Rs. 30,000 per month, and the average salary offered was Rs. 20,000 per month. The lowest salary offered was Rs. 16,000 per month. Top recruiting companies like Zee, Doordarshan and ETV Bharat visit our campus for placements. Very few students do an internship because they complete their courses applied for jobs at several companies. They generally don't offer the top roles as they ar...

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Kumar Gandharv | Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism - Batch of 2020
Reviewed on 3 Jun 2020
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 4
IIMC especially IIMC, Delhi gives good exposure and a place where you can grow & learn.

Placements: Till 2019, majority of students got placement from the campus. As far as 2020 is concerned due to the corona pandemic the placements are going on while offline placements will be there once the situation improves. It will be interesting to know as to how the placements have gone as till now we have got only negative responses.

Infrastructure: From classrooms to labs to everything. Infrastructure is quite good. Good quality food in the canteen at the most reasonable price along with beautiful gardens and cleanlin...

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kumar chandramani ... | Post Graduate Diploma in Hindi Journalism - Batch of 2018
Reviewed on 15 Apr 2018
Placements 5 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5
One of the best college in India for bad communication.

Placements: As it is one of the best Mass communication colleges in India, one should never think of placements. Being a student of IIMC is a matter of proud in itself. As talk of placements, it is very good, and almost all the students got placed in my senior batch. The placements process is going on for my batch, and 60% of students got placed. I am sure the rest all will also get placed. Last year, the highest package was 8 LPA, the average was 4 LPA, and the lowest was 3.5 LPA. The internship is mandato...

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What is the duration for the PG in Journalism?

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The M.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication) course duration is two years or 4 semesters.


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